I used to think of myself as a perfectionist. And in many ways, I truly was one. Part of my healing process was learning to stop placing my self-worth on the success of whatever it was I was trying to accomplish. The other part was realizing which aspects of ‘perfectionism’ are actually incredibly beneficial–like being very detail-oriented.
What the heck does this have to do with muffins, you ask? A lot, actually!
Also full honesty: The cauliflower crust took way too long for it to make the cut into this recipe.
I did my best to find the simplest of crusts to make, and the recipe I chose boasted ‘only three ingredients!’. But you know what? It only takes two ingredients to make a human baby, but it takes 9 months (and a whole lot of effort) for that baby to fully bake.
So, word to the wise: don’t be fooled by the number of parts in a recipe- it’s the time to put them all together that counts.